Feb 4, 2016

Unca Lou and Omer Collection

On a cool and misty morning in the year 1936, a red canoe glided silently across the still waters of South Tea Lake. In it were two young men: one with a dream, Lou Handler (Unca Lou), the other with the skills to make it a reality, Omer Stringer.

For this week’s Tamakwa Collection, we have put together photos of Unca Lou and Omer.

Click here to see this weeks collection on Pinterest.

Click here to read more about their story.

We love going through the archives to create these collections. If you have ideas of what you would like to see, feel free to email us at howhow@tamakwa.com

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